To experience how much better, enter this competition from barbecue restaurant Quarter House on Stevenson Square.
The prize is their Fire Roast Sunday Lunch for two. There are five roasts to choose from — all cooked on a specially-made rack to give them that magical barbecue taste.
We’ve listed them in all their mouthwatering glory below. Your hardest task will be deciding which ones to go for.
All served with buttered seasonal Charred greens, fire roasted root vegetables, cauliflower cheddar cheese bake, garlic and rosemary beef dripping roast potatoes, rich meat gravy and a Yorkshire pudding.
Roasted Butternut Squash £12.50
Charcoal roasted with a fragrant dust, garlic roasted potatoes & rosemary gravy.
Aged Smoked Beef Brisket £15
Smoked for 12 hours, rubbed with mustard, rosemary, plenty of black pepper & Maldon salt.
Half Yard Bird £13
Free range Cheshire chicken, lemon, salt, garlic & thyme, as simple as that.
Shoulder of Lamb £15
Spectacular Welsh lamb, spiked with garlic & rosemary, a classic.
Pork Loin £14
Sourced from Quiet Waters Farm in Devon, free range loin of pork, served with a burnt sour apple puree.